6- OAKLAND, .DAIIT5T, 'EYENING-, OTIBTOtE; SATURDAY,; JANUABY 3, 1891. 1 1 v. The ; IntrasiYeHaid at the 7 Swell Weddings. IBS. GROOM'S YIG0R0OS "IE5 SIR." -The Meddler Inr at Oee of i Corner tbe Funeral Procession i Crowd Waiting to rats. Etand-tar m I 'was one of a crowd of women who slood at the corner of Thirteenth street and Broadway the other dy waiting1 for a funeral procession to pass. There were no men anions tbe number, for the simple reason that the rtien walked calmly between the carriages and proceeded about their business. Why did the women wait? Were they inspired with respect for the poor cold r.inv that was -being thus ostentatiously carried to its chamber in the silent halls of death? Sot a bit of it. They duln'fciiow j nor care anything about the deceased. They were detained (and when I say taey I include my otrnweet self) by superstition. It must hkve looked funny to see fifteenor twenty oru oh each side of Thirteenth street, ail held by a foolish idea invented, by some old woman away back in the misty past. While we waited one of onr boys dashed through the procession mid lifted Iiis hat to a pretty girl. "O my '." she gasped. '-Don't yoa 'know it's uwfullv bad lack to break tbrongh u funeral? ' And as he passed on with Bome laughing reuiartc about superstition another Kirl nmrii'ured "i wouldn't do it lor worlds, on Thirteenth street especially." . Superstition are queer things. 1 nave known people ot fterlinir nood sense, who were perfectly sane about things in ncueral, but who clune to one or two .superstitions with an heroic temerity, which neither reason nor ritlicule could luove. For instance, ... ii.tv vi-.ulil Sever start Qiion a inurne"v if she had dreamed of b ack horses j ounl erg, the night befoie. Another woman, a girl Mrs. A . 1.. ' in her teens, would never waiK over a grai- ; u in or a vault light in the f idewalk, nor was this aversion due to excessive prudishaess, -'but to the fact that some fortune teller had to d her that she was destined to meet her rtpfith hv ft fail. Women are more superstiotn -than men. ! Whether this is due to our more delicate nervous si r net ore r not. I do not begin to , i . f .. i dna'.T.iii' tiini p nf nnr 1 six HIV. UUL 1L11 a la'-tf- i.vj " v . , J the post-holiday day Among the clnb mempers ana taeirgne8t3 were: Mrs. DrisiMrs; Blote, Miss Bates, Miss Mayhan, Miss .Walken, Miss gnowRrass,' M reS'Deane.vBfisa ilosprove, Miss Bayfey, wrsa!Molme?. Sliis' O prien, Miss CraTae, Miss" Hathaway. Mw$ McDonald, Miss1 Lukens. Miss Bngham, Miss "(Fitzgerald, Miss Close, Miss Phoeby, Miiss Eveline Remillard Miss Phillips, Miss Willard, Miss Kettle Powell, Miss Sadie-Willard, Misi Fannie Merriman, Miss Moore. Miss Jxu Breck. Miss Clift. Miss Edith Gowell, Miss Clara C'ift, Miss Dougherty.1 Miss Moffitt, Miss Jndson, Miss Remillard, Misa Middleton, Mkss Snook. Miss Ethel Middleton. Miss May Snook, Miss Ereck; Miss Young. Miss Feck, Miss r'rost, Miss Johnson, Miss Ferry, M:ss Meek, Miss Wheeler, Miss Dyer. Miss Chamberlin, MLss Besie Hail. John Doming James Breck, I.. P. Wood, Alexander ilsix, Jofcn Donbledav, Phil Kemillard. i Mr. Pope, Fred C. Torrey. Mr. House. Mr. Muler, N. S. Koser, Miss Saxbr, Paxton Wrignt, Fred Clif:. Henry Cuslinsr. irank Parcells, Fred Hathaway, Mr. Culver, Ed Burne!!. Dr. Merriman, Kobert Fitzgerald. W. B. Nicholson, V A. PownSnR, n. l. j Dusinbury. C. C. Judson. Frank. Fisher, William Orane, Fred Allaidt. U. A. Melviu, W. E. Bond, John Cunningham, Bert Gaskill, Phil arlton. II. Thomas, J. H. Ames. Will Finei-Adolphfe Uhl, J. H. Park. William Meek. rJohn Lewis. H. O, Converse. Mr. runiniimjs, Mr. McGilverey, H. P. Squire. Fred Phoebe, Mr, Dyer, Dr. Angnr. E. Y. Urnjiby. Mr. Landers, Mr. .Sfraldiiiff, b. A. Leonard, L. Scott, Mr. Blote, Mr. Davis. ' The delicious sapper was supplied by E. Cusia, the French" Caterer of San Francisco, who presented with his compliments beautiful souvenir Menu cards.) Mr. ami Mrt. Hutchison Surprised. On Wednesday evo-iini: Mr. and Mrs. James Hutnison were tendered 'a pleasant surprise party at their new home oh Telegraph avenue, the surprisers being a inerrv troupe of friends and neighbors who had arranf-d the aflair so quietly tbat the recMiienn " were taken entirely unawares. Toe' hours pa-srd all too quickly with cards and other games and shortly after 11 o'clock a deiiehtuil suppar was fervej. Those present werT: Tom I'.roiuiev, Miss Bromlev, Miss Martha r.r;jni!ev, Mi Hurd, Miss" Lucv Hurd, Mr. and Mrs. Backer, Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn, Miss Betancue. Mr. "app of San Francisro, T. . liladdin;; of Portland, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Loire,; Mr. and Elliot. Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. Santli, Dr. and Mrs. 1. W. Hall, Mr. Taylor, Mis3 Travers, Mrs. lrav-er?. Major Bromley. Mis Kmily Its ymond's Lectures. The Catho!;-- Ladies' Aid fornia Hail, (urTues. Say evenint: nixt, January nth, at S o'clock, will begin a course of lectures on ltonian history, by Miss J. Jj. Cailaghan, W. K Taylor, W. J. Smith. - ; . : Tba newly elected officera of the ihstitnte are: J. K AenewPresident ; J. J. O'Shea," First Vice President 3i- Donovan. ' Second Vice-President; JJ. McLauglin. financial Secretaiy; W. J. Smtth, P.ecofdiDR Secre-tary; 3. J- Heim, CorresDonding Secretary ; J. Farrelly, Treasurer; J. Toorney, Outside Sentinel: "J, Bigney, Inside Sentinel and T. Knight. Marshal. The Institute wishes to thank the follow ing for the assistance given them: Clark Wise, for the use of the piano ; Catholic Ladies' Aid Society, for the handsome decorations and sapper; P.J. Keller, for the material for the decorations and James A. Joyce, for the programmes. The following are some of those who enjoyed the pleasures of the evening, and. who watched the old year oat and the new in: Miss Jennie Callahan, Miss B. Callahan. Mrs. J. Ryal, Wiiliam P. Barty, Miss L. Cabill, Miss Annie Thompson, Miss Josie Fennesy, Miss D. Orne. Charles yuiglev, Josep'hine Hallahan, Ella Halla-han, Mr, and'Mn. j. Lynch, Judge J. F. Sullivan of San Francisco. Miss L. Allen, James A. Joyce, C. D. Kyne.tMr. and Urs. J. It. Carpen.er, Annie Houghton, Joseph Keller, Miss O'Connor, J. C. Crowley, M. McDonald, George Eager, C. Hannan. Dan Murphy, J. J. O'Shea, John Smyth, Misses Smvth. Waiter Smith. W. Tavlor. Miss M Donovan. Dr. and -Mrs. Muhr.- Jose oh Fonte. John Cary, Mrs. Carr, J. J. Mc- Lanfrhlin, Father Tavares, Father Cran- well, J. Wells, Dan J. Hallahan, Thomas Agnew, James Carey, D. Corker v. Miss A Corkerv. P. J. Murphv, Jesse H. Woods, Mr. Castro, C. J.Tumomev, J. A. McDon ald, H. S. bkinner, Joseph J. Foiey, Miss E. Allen. W. Case. I. T1. Conuoly. T Wheelan, Louis Aenew, Mr. Sweenej, P. Shea, N. Allen, Mrs, Helton, Mr. Dixon, Thomas A. Fennesy. Theodore J. Jerne, G. Tavlor, John, J. McDonald, Miss McDon ald. J. J. O'Shea. It. E. Sullivan, M. J; Keller, Mrs. Keller, flis A- Nolan, James T. Cuy. Miss A. Cofkerv, Miss S. Carry, Miss Fannie Mathews. Miss Tessie Math ews, L. T. Vsnisles, Lota Faley, Denve Hampcl, J. L. Donovan, Miss H. Dono van, V. H. Pemmer, Georgia Cox. Mrs. ociety at Cali- Haurahan. Mis ; Scaulon, Cnarics socieiv Uy have tneir little superstitions, j Iv Uaymorn! U,e coum. uekets being They say Bert Hravton has a mortal terror 1. Miigle ad!n.s,un .'.) cents 1 he fact that n.wuiaiw .that r rank! the conr-e tickets are transferable, or that rtf riirintr hpfore midmetit : -that fratiK Usher thinks it very lucky to draw to a; pair of travs; that Ben Wyitian.on the principle that there is luck in odd number, generally takes two this to the theatre; that Khode Borden alwavs hugs a g.rl with his right arm, rather than his left;, that Harry Hooguton has a mortal terror of the number thirteen and neyer alleges that number or any. multiple of it. in givinj the figures ot Jus bunting and fishing exploits", that Cleve Dam always goes upstairs backwards on Hallowe'en and other holidays ; that Major Tompkins never personally arrests a tramp on Friday and t uit Bob Fitzgerald has an abiding faith in the existence of banshees. It would till a book to give an account of all the superstitions of our set, and l am not writing books just no'w. AVben 1 d; write a great society novel I shall devote tbe th:rleentu chapter to "Superstition m Society." This is truly a queer world. There have been so many Yednlng3 this week that 1 hardly know what to say about them. The McNear-Tucker affair heads the list for gorgeousness and appropriateness. It was the largest wedding ev-r held in St. Paul's Church and the preseuce of the Assistant Bishop added much to the dignity of the occasion. I will notattempt to describe the decorations. They were so beautiful as to be Tbfeyond any adequate description. And did you ever see a liner looking bridal party ? I'm sure you never fti.L The hrnle looked like a beautiful dream; the bridesmaids were yigions of j loveltiiCss, while the groom, his best man and the ushers were all manly looking ! fellows. I was especially delighted wnti ; the appearance of "Uus" Macdonald. ing fellow he is. I envy the lucky girl who Will get him lor a husoand. Another lovelv girl who has just taken upon herseif the duties and reponsibil- i itiedct uistrimonv is Mrs. Jenny Waters i Bowers. Her wedding with Mr. Bowers was an Occasion which we will all remem- . her with pleasure. The bride, a queenly blonde, is too weil known in society to need d'escr:ption. Sultice it to say that in her wedding garments s-he was a sight to j please the god. I must confess that I am somethine oi a , sentimentalist, and I was very grentiy de- j lichted with the singing of ' Call Me Thine : ceremony; ana now ae-, six per.-ons may attend on one ot these ticket-. piiCrs tneiu on such reasonable terms that, no doubt, this opportunity will be grasped by manv of those who have alreadv heard Miss Raymond on the subject ot li.'Vpt, and by many more who have heard her' praises sung by those attending the previous lectures. The Ciellin Watcli Tarty. A number of the young friends of Misses Louis and Ida Crellin gathered' on Wednesday evening at the home of the young ladies to ee, in the mo.-t pleasing manner, the birth of the New Year. The young people dan vd the hours away to the music of Hendesvon's orchestra, in the course of the e vening iupper was served, under the -direction of a caterer, who furnished the following menu: u i: ; U : isx). l'E i:mi:eii "1, TOO. MEN!'. i Chicken salad, : : 1:0 's. : : As-o:ted saiulwiches : ; cnoei'ia'o. ; Vhipi"!d ream. : lu;yi:r.r. : Ice t:reia xr' : Nei.:"'itrtu I'.riMaV Water Icc," .s:n.Lli I akes, i uuu:es Dr. J. Maher, Miss Maher. J. T. Prairo, Mav Silvan. Miss Ida Page, James P. Man umg, Mies B. Hanifer, Miss W. Cailaghan. Miss Maggie Cailaghan, Miss Matnie Cailaghan. Miss Cellie Cailaghan, It. .1. Callagban. H, Thompson, Miss Nellie Pierce, Miss Kittie Hallahan, Miss Jennie Sears, Miss Nellie Derhani, Mr. and Mrs. F. Priadie, F. de S. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan, Mis A. Tourney. F. A. Fennesv, Mrs. E. Peliin, Mr. H. Pellin, Mis3 M. Walsh, Mr. P. Mahoney, Mis Cronin. Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Hairahn. Mr. II. P. Peller. Mr-. P. Mahooey, P. N. late McKeon. JelTress 11. Hillman, Miss L;ia Kelicv. .lame? F. Waver. A. Castre, . Oliver, Mrs. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Neiil, Miss M. Tavlor, C.J. Semomncy, Miss Itainey, Mr. and Mr3. W. S. Hark-.ns. Annie Swiizar. Cnarles Van Haltrcn, John D. McESiov. D. D. Dunham. T. Lyons, F. A. llci:i. b.it. Mi-3 M. Carvin. Miss S. Carey, Mis "Kellw Mr. M. Dudley, Mrs. M. Dudley. Mr. P. Mulcahey. Mr. F. M. Cerini. I ." Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Geotge Tavlor, Alameaa; Leo Moriarety, Mis3 Moriarety. Miss L. Cabdl, Will Cabill, Mi-s M. Donovan, J. J. Bigney, Miss Fannie Piersbn, Nevada City; Misses HoughtT.i, Charles uialey, J. H. Creely, W. 1-'. Watson, Miss Florence M. Cerini. Mrs. W. E. Watson. Mrs. Maggie Duddy, tieorge M. Duddv, Will DennK M. Duddy. Wm. L. Edwards. Miss Fannie Clark," George Dudley, Louis Letu. : Company F'a Anuiversary. Cavalry Hall presented a very animated scene lait Wednesday night on the occa--ian of the New Year's Eve party of Corn-pan v F. Fifth Kegiment of Infantry. The half was a most complete success, and considerable originalitv was apparent in the decoration. Tle i-tage, for ihe time being, was as a Japanese pagoda, with symmet rical roof of many folds of bunting, while j t!ie sides were formed in evergreens and! fioWers, and paper lanterns sparkled from around the eige? of the roof. The decora- i Bo-a Dans. Lemonade. When the New Year was several hour? I old the young people were still enjoying ttifinseivcs. ".The following were present: 1 M'usei AiUMista Kent, Ella Morgan. M.yraU I I'raiher, Emma KniRht, Belle llutclun-pii, i Marion Campbell, Amy Camion, .'dis-! iVt-! terson. Miss A. B. Crellin. Mac An-jiearth. E lith Byxbee. Joie Chabot, !l"irn L ith-I rop Moiia Cieilin, Laura Crellin, Wiiiia j Horn, Ralph J ones. co' se Hattiuan. Bo? HofFiuan. Barnard Miller, Wid Cooke, Will Baldwin, Herbert Dickey. Carr Nsal, A"i!l I I'ring'e, Fred Johnston, Ed 'i-ie. S'id I Price, Vr;gtit Hrdy, Thomas Pheby, ! Jstanlev Crcili:;, Mamie Su e, (ieticvieve Eng!ili. Carrie Kilter, Fannie MeCume. Hatfe Engiisli. ieor?ia StianiiHn, Mary Whitnev, Florence Sclby, Belie II int. Bessie Pe:tn;iuaii, lj-sie G: siiii, Agnes Haley, 1ilian Everso:i, Vsie Gray, B-il Mhoon. Maud Be!'. LUiian Strong. E-uily Stoddart; Use Yrooman, Mary McLain, Gertrude Craven, EniTin Msioncv, Daisy - ' '' ' ? i -r: - McLean. Miss -Lon Potter. Mlas.Edttn McLelian. Miss LoyeUjCrmlb, and thers, sldLaat ereninv tha LnSiMFivf RL FfanCia'de Sales Sanctuary Socive a yer infer-estiagnasicsi and Ujity entertaft&nVent atJCiife Hall. The hall was crowded with members and friends of the society, who listened to the following excellent programme: ? . Music. St Mary's Orchestra Recitation. "Little Hero". . .Timothv J. O'Brien Vocal olo, 'The Mottoes on the-Wall". . , . . , . jotm a. uaivin Vocal solo, "Eugene Aram's Dream'! Charles 3. Maguire Vocal quartet, "Sleigh Riders' Serenade". . . J. Taylor, w. b. White, IT. l. Btnien, D. L Sheeria. I Cornet solo : Mr, L. Harrison Cornet solo, ''Jimmy Butler and the Owl", .i John J. Carr Vocal solo, "I Dream of Thee". . Jamea H. Toler Recitation, "Jasper" James LJ Taylor Vocal soio, "r'aces".. William. F.. Wilson Violin solo, I'ref. J. Manning, accompanied by Trof. F. Schorcht. Violin solo, "The Dandy Fifth".. J . . . . . . ...John V. Bullivan Vocal duct, "Hope Beyond" J J. L. Taylor, D. I. Bneerin Humorous selection .-. John P. McCarthy Vocal solo Daniel M. Warde Recitation, "Lord Winiam'.'-.Franchs L Ranken Vocsl solo Miss M. O'Brien Music .....St. Mary.'g Orchestra . Where all is good it is difficult to mate exceptions, but possibly the male quartette and the humorous selections bv John McCarthy were received witn special appreciation, though each number was encored. At the conclusion of the programme a yery witty and amusing farce in one act. entitled. Absent Minded Men, was produced and brought iofih' much merriment end applause. The i caste was a follows: "Archibald Stubs," '-Jonas Flip," absent minded men, Francis Cerini and George P. Clark; 'Merry," an odd servant, Francis N. Burns; "Dennis," a young cook, John N. Fogarty. Following "the farce the orchestra played another selection, and. the as sembly dispersed. The affair was a decided "financial .success and the ladies of the parish congratulate themselyes. Tbe Chappellet Party. A merry company met on Jlew Year's eve at the house of the Misses CbappeUet, 1555 "Telegraph ; avenue, to ee the New Year in. The honse, both upstairs and down, was beautifully decorated with smilax and ferns lightened up by the brighter colors of numerous bunches of roses and chrysanthemums. Or the upper rioor, which was used as a dancing hall, there was a brilliantly lighted New j Year's tree, around which the merry couples danced the merry hours away. The dances were interspersed with music and games, and at 11 o'clock a dainty supper was served' the cuests. At midnight, while all tbe bells were ringing in the New j Y.ear, Urn windows were thrown open and the JHmc oi the hsb-horn was drawn out in linked sweetnesf. Among those present were: MrI-and Mrs. Chappeilet, Misses C'happellet.Mr.Chapelle. FrankChappeliet, Misses Eyans, Miss McDonaid, Miss Stockman, Miss Dewes, Messrs. Evans, Harry C'uinn, Mr. Crane, Fred Clif t, Arthur Pope, George Pope, K. Watson. i Tint Quinii l'arty. ATnumber of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Qui ho met on New Year's night, at tbeir plcasan', home on Castro street, to pass a tew pleasant hours. Cards and merrymaking made the evening's pastime, and at a seatonab'.e honr, light refreshments were served. The atl'air was an informal one. Watching: the INew Year SeglD, At the home of C. J. Woodbury, on ; Fifteenth and Brush streets, the new year j was ushered in amid the tooting of horns! and the shouts of merry voices. Mr-"Woodbury class of the Sunday school of the First Congregational Church gave a watch party to the class of Mrs. J. B. llichnrdson, a class of young ladies. The evening was enioyaMy spent in singiug college songs, in game.- and dancing. Late in the evening dainty refreshments were served. As the 12 o'clock bells rang out on the clear night air the entire patty went out on a serenading expedition. Among the guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ltichardson, Misses Grace Fisher. Bertha Woodbury. Doane. Tillie i Newsoni, Belle Kincaid, Mattie Havens, j Florence Swain, Minnie Fowler. Williams, j Margaret Leach, Annie Harrington, Violet I M. lirown, Frost, Etta Brewer, Culver, j Alex Stewart, Frank Leach, Abe Leach, Joscpn Medros, Will Kincaid, Charles GT-i vin. Charles Parcells, George Furniss, Mr. Culver. Mr. Swain, Mr. McArthnr, Horace P. Brown, J. A. Fowler, Julian Ljckwood, and others. Gossip. Mss Alice Vinzent returned from the East recently in poor health and since her I return she has not improved in health, j Her friends fear that she cannot recover. i Alolph Uhl of East Oakland, whose; ankle was recently dislocated by a misstep .1. II. Neylan, Private i when leaving a tram, is now aooui low n cn , E. Wenk, Pri- 1 crutcnes. and Addie Cole, aged 33, both of Oakland; by Iter, B. Boyns. . 1 Aueust 22d Anselmo S. Fontes, aged 26, and Carrie C. Ayemr, agett 16, both of Oakland; by Rev. Y. Tavares. December 24th Walter F. Eastman, aged 27, and Lncretia E. Eastman, aged 23, both4. or uauana; ny tier: a. v. ijamrop. November 2d William B. Sneathen, aged 25, of Cincinnati, and Bertha I Sneathen, aged 21. of Berkeley; by Kev. K. Koyns. December 28th Charles A. Bond, aged 36, and Mary A. Alvarado, aged 34, both of Ban Francisco; by Rev. H. D. Lathrop. December 20th Manuel Freiias. aged 21, and Minnie Roderigr.e. aged 10 both of Mission San Jose: by Rev. J. J. Pimental. December 28th Lorenz Haber. aged 41, and Marv Morette, aged 39, of Livermore ; by Rev. P. Power. 'January 1st William A. Watkins, aged 22, and Mary B. McMinn, aged 17, both of Oakland ; by Rev. George B. Rieman. Catarrh Can't be Cured with L0CAB7 APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies. IlaiEs Catarrh cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. HalUs Catarrh Cure is no auack medicine. It was prescribed by oneaof the best physi cians in this country Kr years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with th best blood purifiers, pcting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingiedicnts is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Trops., Toledo, 0. old by all druggists, price 75c. RECEPTIONS' AN lirpAliTIES. ADVJEBTISUIBXTS. SCHOOL BOOKS ! ORDER YOUR Utter and Eggs Hoir to Have TLeui survml iu the Proper Way. One of the great, troubles in giving an evening reception or dinner party is in having the table properly served. Max Abraham, of 219 Sutter street, Sn Francisco, has had a number of year'3 experience in the business, serving some of the bet lamiliesin San Frmciseo. He takes full charge, supplying even tjie table service, if desired, send him a postal card or telephone, L'if) Sutter street, San Francisco.- MOCKBEE 8c BOYER, Gr-xvxa.3 Central 912, 914 and 916 Washington Street, Oakland, Cal Choice Poultry and Game in Season fXT Order Now antl Get trie First Pick. Sure Curd for the Liquor or Opium Habits. East India cure for the?e awful can bo given without the patient's The habits knowledge.and is the only known specific fori the purpose, it is not injurious in th( least degree, manufacture J bv Emerson Drug Co. , San Jose. Cal., and for sale by Osgood Uros. Sole agents for Oakland. A fact that all men with gray a id many shaded whiskers should know, that I'.ucir-ingham's lyc always colors an even brou a or black at will. rem s Is all the go at II. sjchel!hua3, 403 Eleventh treet. BAKERY. For New Year's Day, CAKES of any flavor made to order; no charge for lettering cakes. Charlotte Russe Cake, at - $1.00 Whiped Cream Puffs, at 50c doz. (ALWAYS ON SALE). Surpassed Coffee delivered at 40c per gallon; with whiped cream, COc per gallon. THE LEADING BAKERY. Sf Tonstantly on hand the Largest Assortment of Cakes in Oakland. J. L. Lyon t Son's house, removed to loth mammoth auction and Broadway. Fnll Lin Bedroom suits at the old reliable II. Scheli-haas' 408 Eleventh street. Gat.inpo hotel bar and billiard parlors; finest of wines, liquors and cigars. Cour-ant .t lloonet prop's., 411 Sth st. Tel. M4 Own ' durina the ltghtfully Miss Sophie Ncwlaud sang,-Tvhilo a inv AtaoraTt'a vinlin rvhliirAtft and Mrs. J. Jj. Howard's organ plavia'g littingly accom- j Howard, Grac F.artlett, -hr hpaiififii! voice. Mfjr.s. Aba Ia?:icIi. fraul I am always losing niv gravity at inop- j lithrop. Joe Moore. Will nnnnn.niAmint hut I think I was iusti- Mc('hsnpy. tcorge hit lied in giggling, ever so )Ui tly, when, to lr. McLean's pestion "vWi.t thou take tins woman, etc.?" Mr. Howi rs promptly answered. ''Yes, sir." It reminded me of the countrv bridegroom who. to the same question, responded: "You bet; 1 come a purpose." ' .Well, it was a lovely wedding, and the reception at Snell Seminary afterward was very enjoyable. The Snells uiust.be verv loath to part with Miss Waters, they are all I appeal to thccriantabler-'ris nt i 'atciana ; uauu" ... 3 help a wor'.hv cause to give something : PP- ,Many toasts were g'.ven tor r those who have themselves become :m-;fve of empiovfr ami emp.oye, tionsoftbe hall were pink and green, and manv pr'.tiy figures were iormrd of ever-gre-ens- and' smilax and attractively arranged about the hall, in the company assembly room had been arranged two large beds of snow and tbe scene was frigid. It is safe to sav that Company F holds tbe honor of having the most striking and original decorations for its party of any that h;'ve ever, been flaced in the ball, l iit re was just enough of everything, and nothing was overdone. Toe bcene during tbe dancing was most be-.iiitiiiil. I "he uandsoane cos , nines 'of the ht'hes an.I.the dillerent uniforms of the various branches of the niilite.ry service cuntr;i-ting strikingly witn tne jirevailirig i de oroiions. It is "to the following com- i niiuees that mach credit is due lor the ; sue. ess of the affair: oniiiiittee of "Arrangements Lieutenant i V.. i. Hunt. First Sergeant K. V. I'oomian. j S-rgant E. W. Weeks. Sergeant W. H. ' Cobbit :ick, Cori iral J. II. i '.it i'iedick, Private L va'.e ADVERTISEMENTS. THERE IS NO DOUBT That Mme. -A.. Kuppert 's World Renowned Face Bleach COTTONWOOD PARK! FRUIT COLONY! FOR THE PFA11L OF THE SOUTHERN FRFIT DKl.T: St iU acres of the choicest fruit land in California, to be sold in subdivisions on the most liberal terms ever o tTe red. Located one-half mile from Cottonwood, fcfhasta conntv, fronting f miles on ths California A Orego.i 11. R.. and three mi'es on Cottonwood Crek. 12000 acres of the riolicsf crook-bottom sediment loam, dotted with magniheent oiiks, and tiualmg in beauty and grandeur the most famous English parks. The home of the Peach, Fear, Prune. Cherry, J( Nectarine, rig. Almond and Walnut, ino 111 Mill 1 L t liu l. j rr " , . be pianled to lruit tliis season. C C. Crawford, formerly with Albert I Priiwn. who is H. bhaw. Private H. 1- Harvey. Rici otiun Conimiitte Captain J. F. Haves. I.ientenant F. ' tiunt. Lieutenant , Crawford, undertakers of Fresno, i. il. Wethern, Private Sely ost, Private t0wn. ti. L. P. .i iter. )r. A. E. Colerick. recently from Mich- Floor H-irector-Lieutenant L. O. Hunt; iealli i;as located in Oakland. Dr. CoIericK IS TMKMOST PrrCKSSFrL I'lrKI'-A1LT1()N rOK Till; CtMi'LKXioN l.YKi: 1'SKD F.Y THE LADliS OF THE I'NITKD STATES. Tlie great succl-ss attending Muie. Ilupnert'petrorts in fho-vingvoiii;'n, not now of the firm of Tavlor ' oniy now to D'.,i'.n, ixtr uetain iK-a.ui- iu i ' tilt i',mn pvinn-j ic nnr nr nil cnrrincuv" inen The unuuesiineu merits oi ner Look at the Purchasers payf cost of trees, planting and cultivation for three years. o payment required on tbe land for lire years, at which time land may be paid for. or at the option ol thf I'Urchaser. all money invested will be refunded, thus insuring Lnrrhaf-pr against all lisks. No such terms ever oil' red before, and the ollir is limited to the i0 acres to be planted this season Applications will be considered only in the order received. gt& Maps ifhce. and full particulars at our Edna "P. irtlett, I As.-d-tant Kioor Director Corporal J. 1; .laint-s White, .Morton .lobnson. Beach Smie, Ciarence Hoane. Walter Morgan, Philip Abbott, Charles McCicvcrty, Rryant C rim wood, .loo Hitter, l'rentiss e'.by, Fr'd Marston. Fred llrock. Sam N'aal. Harry Horn, Walter Grave?. Rob?rt Taylor. T!in AhraliaHKoi Krotliero' Banquet. The employs of Abrahamon Bros, saw the old year go out very pleasantly. They were banqueted by their popular employers, a:ni Messrs. Ju ius and Ifitgo Abra- Leu?h, Charles j Neylan; Floor Committee Sergeant J. H. j tj -y. Lc? Oorrill, George Cubbledick. Corporal .1. E. M. Taylor, Pri- i anta Koss. E iwm Jackson. ! vate J. H. Cobbledick, Private J. P. Dahlen, ! Mrs. Dr. I belongs to tbe ecleciric school. LCWCliVU 13 VlSHlDg relatives in 1 rivati; ijeoree 11. fctiaw. A mo t iKinpy leal are of to for those ,erJ hv fhpir fflorts in befralf of hiv Mr 9nwll is in w-half of ! of M and the coming in o the impecunious society ball-to?srs-. Itj ctere-WooJ. will hp rpmemtipred that after the P.ohem- t On Christmas evening Dr. present w:i! ever retnembt r the M and the coming in ot L'l. tbe nartv was he presentation to Captain John F. Have i in cjnimand of the company, with a hand-some sword, with ivory handle and heavy i gold mountings a fitting tribute to a most popular otricer. The presentation was ; made by Major F. R. O'Brien. Fifth In-I f:nnr;. on b-tialf of Company F, before the j companv drawn up in line and it was as i if.iuii as Captain Hayes could do t tind words wub w nich to express hi gratitude ana .-iirpnse. Fir:.t Sergeant R. P. Poorman was also and those J presented with his exempt certificate. going out During tne evening reiresimitius were ' served and dancing continued far into the dawn oi the new vear. latupagne the wel- Geo-ge O. iap-Athenitn charity match the boys from over the bay were given- a' banquet at a certain French restaurant. It now floats to my ears upon the waudering zephyrs that the "aforesaid "feed" has not yet been paid for. The same-fact was brought, with startling snggestiveness, to the consciousness of two young gentlemen the other eveninp. uuo ui jiucjl ju'iti " - - i nred in a with mucp grace anu an r-ngtisu uuceni nj. , p,aboratplv embroidered with silver cord tne gate curing ine gieai None but the innneuiate relatives of the while the others' shapely form gained i u e ,a Th d , muiu oiouk 1 iJ rr i tiaiipv pair aet arteu on ttieir noneymoon him in die - Athenian nclrt. The ottier . Q Q Iote. Ve Monte at MontereVt evening thev strolled into the French 1 1 . restaurant where the great banquet was Uancine th ew ear la served and vti'h lordly air called for! Young Men s Institute, No. 12,, gave its dinner. To-their amazement tiie ilinner J fi rs t grand ball and cntertaiument at E:ite was not fortjicoming; out tee manager oj Hall .New Year's : Eve. The hail, which Gere, Professor of Surgery in the California j Medical College, was united iu marriage, j by the Rev. Dr. Horatio S tel bin-, to I Josephine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Will- j iam Harrison Wood, formerly of Oakland, 1 at their residence, bio Van Ness avenue, j San Francisco. The bride, who is well ! Known as a society ocne, was lasieiunv at- gown of silver gray material, 1 the place informed tnem, with great politeness and a French accent, that no thine cduld be furnished them until the banquet which ibey had ordered was fwith member uras elaborately palms, was tiiio settled for. They blushed and haughtily withdrew. Poor Bertie! I can imagiue how b looked. It must have been almost aa much ot a blow to him as the marriage to another fellow of the girl he worshiped. Now, girls, vou see what a worthy charity this is. Will yoa not contribute decorated with ferns and lo us utmost capacity nl .'needs ot tne order. .imir.es in the share cf The AeuiblT Club. The Assembly Club's party at Washington Hall last evening was one of the most brilliant events of the season. The club bad rot spared time or endeavor in preparing for the event, and as a consequenoe everything passed off pleasantly and 'enjoyment rated the hours. The hall was artistically decorated with bamboo and flowers, tbe work oi decoration having been done under tbe direction of tbe dub members. Tbe music, furnished by Henderson 'a orchestra, was all that could be desi)red, anl the supper served daring an utetsissftm in b dancto was so deli-wM to tempt ef to the cloyed palates of Solo Readiag I::et. .AY. YY Piano solo . . Tea or so'.o . . oio to it. Send vour gifts . to Tiie Tribune I lai.leu, "Fairy Laud Bice and they will be properly applied to - tbe amelioration of this great distress that fcas overtaken the ball-tos?era. The Assembly Club party at Washington flail last night was a great success. People, music, and supper were all that couldrbe desired, and I, for one, had an awfully jouy time. One of my chief delights was the presence of so riiany lovely dancers, and the fact tbat some of them condescended to waltz with Tue Medpleb. Handsome pro bells were distriSfeted. A verv interesting, en'ertainment occu pied the attention of the guests during the eany part of tbe evening. The programme was as follows: Address bv trand rresiucnt uou.J. t. bulhvan following were of those present: Lciit;nant E. J. Stewart, Corpora! F.-Vede?;o-vi, Captain J. F. Haye-, Eoiil lJiauer, Charles A. .lacoby. Major F. R. O'Brien. &r. Osgooa, James Pullman, jauiHs R. Nevlan. Robert Harvev. .1. kl. Buse: s. E. Weuf. Mr. Shaw, 0. H. Wedge-woo I. Louis Criste:i-en. II. Sagehorn, W. II. C:'bble.i:ck. bam King. Bert PollurJ.-O. Revarde, A. B. Kately, Mr. Byrne. Mr. Deiiv.ison. Mr. Ha'ch, Lieutenant L II. Weihem, W. Sigehorn, Ed Medan, J. Golf, J. 1). Hunter, George B. dough. J. M. Frv, Mr. Bracktle. G. God, Sergeant R. P. Poor-man. 1.. P. Wocnis, J. Morri'on, George S.igtlrirn, A. H. Vandewater, Edward OL-en, (ieorge Shaw, Ernest Snow, Harry Kvle, Harry Teeple, L. G. Wolfe, F. L. Stewart, Jo'ep!i Brooks, O. Fortin, Dave Williams. Robert Lewi. F. Cobbledick, Lieutenant C. J. Evans. W. S. Smith, P. J. Dallies., Frank Teeple. Miss Ollie Wilson, C. 1'otilter, L. W. Dennison, J. Jacobs, Lieutenant B. Y. Morris, F. Marchand. Mr. Squires, A. Hughes. J. J. Eagan, T. Hop-pin, Sergeant Ross P. Bromley, John Tur-i.tr. Dtivid Wise, T. Crawford, Corporal J. K. M. Tavlor, George B. Hallenbeck, Al. B. Woods. Fred Stoer, F. Moore, A. D. Dennis. W. W. Curuow, Mr. Rosenberg. George Buslev, Mr. Cowell, -Miss Carrie Williams, Corporal fid. Rutherford. Blethen, lhoaias Loaax and Miss Fiorence Web ster hive returned to Stockton. T. Whitehili ot Lorin has gone on a business trip to Wheatland. Mr". II. Stfcelaot East .Oakland is at the Faraiso Springs! Fred Adams of Santa Rosa spent the holidays in this city. Mrs. Simmons, wife of Professor Simmons, is quite ill. Rev. G. Grr tnwell and wife have been visiting Lorin friends. Miss Anna Brown, of San Francisco, ami Edward Chatlield, of Biggs. Butto county, both well known in Oaklajitl and San Fran-clsco, were married at the home of the bride, 1108 Scott street, San Francisco, on Thursday evening. January 1st, by Rev. J. ti. Adams of the Westminster Presbyterian Cnurch. uiKpiesiioned merits ot j Face I! lead i is considered. It is not ; cosmetic, but a skin tonic; cures am I removes Freckles, Pimplep, Eczema, j Blackheads, Acns, Moth Patches, Sillow-' ness, and other forms of skin disease and blemishes. It also gives strength to the relaxed muscles and ligaments of the I face, drawing them hack to their former i lKsition, thus removing the wrinkles not caused by old age. Send i cents for particulars. s (jooi'.s sent to any address on rereip of price. One bottle i '.: bottles (usually re iuired to cleir the complexion) !. Mine. A IttPPKltr. 121 l ost s, S. f.. Parlors 7 and S. ICARNALL- FITZHUGH-HOPKIMS GO SOLE AGENTS, 1 624 Market St., San Francisco. Opoite I'alare Hotel. Pure Wines and Brandies TRY THE Los G?4os & Saratoga Wine Co. Tenth St , Oakland. TTTE EKIX ON'LT OUR OWN TCR": OLD California Wines and Brandies from our fruit hill vineyards in Santt Clara County. All goods warranted aa represented and delivered freeoi charge. Y'c are not responsible for outside dealer! who claim to sell goods from our establishment Thy our 2 Poet sd 50o CfcARKt OCR PKICK9: CLARET jpercaae2 75toiU00 CIjARET (Old Private Stock) . , per case $6 03 , ipergaL TSc to It 00 ZIKFAN'DEL , BUBGUXDy CABINET. CArjTERNE SAUTERKE, O. Y. RIESLING UOCK SHERRY SWEET MUSCATEL.... ANGELICA ROYAL NECOR PORT WI8E3 j per case f3WHW (pergal II 00 to $125 i per case jpersaL (per case j per gal jpercaae jper gaL per case Jpe,rgaL Jper C&39 1400 II 2S to 11 50" 1500 H23 400 .1700 n 1400 II 00 1350 jpergaL tl ."O to 12 50 per case $6 00 to 5 03 tMr?aL 1 50 to 1200 ipercas 1600 JpergaL 1200 (per case 1600 per case 11003 (pergaL. 1 50 to $3 50 ( per caad 16 00 to 1303 MAKIUAGK KKCOIID. Certificate Recorded for tli Week Ending January 3. ltf.Dl. December 20th George El Brown, aged Tt, and Mary E. Ila-gardin. aeed i?), both of .an Francisco; by C. K. Snook, J. f. December 14th Daniel M. Lawlor. aged 20, and Kate Loughney, aged 2i, both of ban Francisco; by C. E. Snook. J. 1 December 15th Horatio W. Lilttlewood, aeed 4. and lsabelia McFarland, aged Isa bcila McFarland, aeed 40, both Snook, J. P .Joseph HoarJninu I.ibby lost. Mr. Ulethen, lhonias bhee-Ms Harr.ieU han. O. A. Ward. Jos. Uorers. E. Terris, ,...-cr A. loi.in I Mrs. H. Sbeenan, Mis Nellie. Ratherrorl, Goggiuaud W. J.UurkeolNo. .4;; Mrs. Cnrnow. Miss Waiters. Miss L. B. tv ' V-nnVf :e"i Stw- Gussie Stoer, Miss Johnson, -Miss Miss O Blien 1 1 v-, ..i..- ....j .W. FairpT K'n d:lUCO . . .' J. P. Keller tad J. J. O'Connor Miss Ij. Craib. James Cobbledick. L. M. Cobbledick, Miss Martha Maher, Mis May Cbbbiedick, Miss M. Bnebam, Miss Minnie Chester, Miss Nellie Tnrner. Miss Mabel Kngfjs. Miss M&ireie Bryden, Miss Rose Turner, Miss Abb:e Covall, Miss Lillie ,.,,,oi.. fiirriv--oil liv VnitUr's nrrhp.. i WiiTinsrtnn. Miss Eoiiiv Noma. Misses tra," " I Eurvick:, Mrs.j Scott, Miss Delogne, Mias I and Johanna P. Kasmnsseni aped 25, bota 4Knt 1j1 rnnr,l i.nr.ed in the rranrt Dormer. Mrs. ti. U. Hunt. Airs, wetnem. i Ot uasiana dt mv. u. Anuersuu Miss lxiweii. miss l-iaan inieni, ii Specialties Goldsmith I At the, conclusion of the entPrtainmer t ' the door was cleared for dancing, which was Kepi up 1. 11 e:iri in uiujuiur 10 of San Francisco: bv C. E December aoth Charles V ulterdinpen Jr., aped 23, and Edith Taylor, aed 18, both ot Berkeley; by C. E. Snook, .1. F. December 2!)th James Mott. aged 37. and Frances B. Harden, aged 35, both of Sen Francisco; by C. E. Snook. J. P. December 21th Charles I'. Everts, aeed 27, and Sarah L. Brown, aged 23; by Rev. li. Ritchie. December 27th Frank C. Walktjp. aped 30, and Rose Bryant, aged 22, both of Alameda; bv Rv. W. N. Scudder, Jr. December 23d George L. Kent, aged 23, and Louise A. Warren, aged 'M, both of Oakland ; by F. B. Ogaen, J. P. July 30th Herbert G. Hardy, aged 24, and Bridget McFaden. aged 23, both ot Oakland ; by Rev. W. Gleeon. November 22d James W. McHugh, aged 25, and Anna M. Fonte, aeed 2 both of Oakland; bv Rev. W. Gleeson. November 27th Manuel Hindi, aped 2G, and Katie Rodriqucs, aged 10, both of OhK-land ; by Rev. W. Gleeson. December 4th Antonio G. Sarmento, ased 21). and Rosie Foate, aged IS, both of Oakland; by Rev. W. Gleeson. December 23th John J. L-ynon, aged 31, Truth TraTeln Triuiuplmntlv and Boldly l'roclaimn That MRS. HARRISON'S IMPROVED Cucumber and Elder! Flower Cream Is Superior to All Other 75c per bottle. Ask your dniseis; for it, or at Mrs ll.irrison, "Beauty Imcior,'" ' deary street, sfs.n I'rancisco. FLOWERS Ostricli Feathers. FANCY FEATHERS. Hats Trimmed IN THE Latest Styles ! BRAXDIE3, GRAPE per pd. $3 50 to $5 00 BRANDIES, REISLING3...pergal. 00to$70" BRANDIES, OLD COGNAC ('82) ..pergaL $1003 We are ao Agents for Mooremann, Miller A co.'sStbaight Kentucky Wbiskixs. T. A. LAMPING & CO. AaiJtT ts Teath atreei Have You Seen It! The NEW JEWELL LAMP, Small Cheap and Safe, elves BIG LIGHT, Rochester Pattern. This same Lamp can be used as a St-and, Bracket or Hanging Iiamp. To see it is to bny it. For sale by GEO. R. READ & CO., i Dealers In Lamps, Stovee, Oil and Gasoline, 1012 WASHINGTON STREET. New glenwood, NEW 0AKW000 l.'iil couules ioir.ed in march, lerl by Charles Quigley and Misa A Houghton. At a late hour in the eveving a lipht supper was Eerved by the Catholic Laciei Aid Society. The affair was one o( the society events of the season, and great credit is dae to the following csmmittee for the able management of tbe arlair: Committee of Arrangements A. T. Mc-Donnugh, Dr. Maher. J. J. O'Shea, Chas. F. Weld, Chas. E. Qailey. Recepoh Gommittefl T. F. Aenew. J. J. McLauzhlin, J. P. Keller, J. J. O'Connor, Dr. Maher. Floor Manager Chas. E. Qcigler ; Floor Committee J. CrowleJ, Chas. Hannan, W.ia. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Poulter, Miss Gurish, Miss Nellie Goiirman, Miss Davis, Miss tadie Clark. Miss Etnby, Mr. and Mr. Lorenz. Miss Griffith. MisseSStreet, Will Leonard, Harry Cunningham, Gerald Cunningham. Edward Cunningham. N. W. Hall, R. Dresser. George Uhl, Dr. Stokes, Lieut. J. S. L. iParsons, Harry Miller, Corporal W. JjjDowTjie, Captain A. .L. Smith, Captain It. B. Gaston, Serjeant-Major G. W. Hosiner, Corporal W. H. Monrce. Sergeant C. H. Ellis, Corporal George Tvrrell, iMrsi R. P. Poorman, Quartermaster-Sergeant J. H. Hendy. Miss Dobsoh, Miss Harris, Miss 11 December 23d Guadalupe Peralta, aged 53, and Marie A. Mirauda, aged 37, both of Livermore; by Rsv. P. Power. December 27th Mannel F. Vargas, aged 21, and Adelaide P. Bilyeria, aged 20, both of Oakland; by Rev. Y. Tavares. December22d Manuel R. Homem, eged 37, Hanloro, and Rita.da Gloria Silva, aged 20, Oakland; by Rev. Y Tavares. December 20th William J?. 'Davis, aged 22, and Emma C. Drucker, aged 22, both of Oakland : by Rev. K. S. Chapmany December 22d WUham H. Cate. aged 29. and Emma L. Is ickerson. aged 28, both of Sah Francilcorbr Kev. K. Boyns. August 28th Thomas Match, aged 23, -AT- TEE WONDER ISO? and 1 MILLINERY STORE, 04 Broadway, Oakland. hbmovaii. DR. MARY H. KENNEY II a removed her office and residence to 1003 Clay Street, corner of Tenth Where sne has added 3IVSSAGE, ELECTRICITY AND ALL KINDS of BATIIS For the treatment of all NEBV0TJSJLND 0HE0NI0 DISEASES Louis Merer Champagne Highest Grade Champagne in the World. "CARTE 13 LANCHE" (WHITE LABEL) A Magnificent Rich Wijej 'GRAND V ITST SEC" (EF.0WN LABEL) Perfectionof 'a Dry Wine. Sec that every bottle' bcar3 the private label e MACOXDK AY & CO., Sole Agents for the Pacific Coait. DAIiZIEL & MOLItBqS, --.-f ' i CALIFORNIA RAILWAY . TO Mills College and Laundry Farm Trains leave Fruit Vale- tS 80, 9 55, 11S U 30, 2 55, J 4 5b V 65 Arrive Fro It Vale 18 20, 9 50, "1150, 1 Stl 2i0, 14 50. $5 ML lDally. tDaily except 8un(Jara. Smndayt only. vaaiuruayaouif. FaRsenvera from Oakland ahoull take tralaj leaving Broadway 20 minutes la adrance dL leaTlng time aa shown from Fruit Vale. Eotd Trip Rats, Oakland to MUU 1 ia College or Laundry farm, TrAO W. BI. BANK lOQZli Eroadway, Oakland. Traffic Manaftr DRESSHAKIN6MADE EASY! EVERY LADV HER OWN DRESSMAKER. : THE MKCHANICAL 8T3TEM .Of DRE33-making taught by MRS. U ELLSWORTH, i U0Si Broadway; ackaowledfed by afreipettr to be tbe beat; ladle ean make their owa dreaeea while learninc. I The Ptate Territory of Ore, ia partly estabusnea. xr call on Mai. Kllswjbtb. for aale, wntcn frarUealan her fl&eclal Indneameata otrerad tA mak J to represent our system. . . I .... i J1' . t - '-a ...
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